San Diego Science Festival -- Lunch with a Laureate -- Dr. Mario Molina

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Nobel Laureate Dr. Mario Molina has a conversation with students of Lincoln High School

Carbonated Oceans

An overload of carbon dioxide is acidifying seawater, posing a subtle but profound threat to marine invertebrates.

SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Greg Hirth

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Understanding earthquakes at the microscopic scale: Greg Hirth, Geology & Gephysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution - I will first review of how to relate rock strength determined from lab experiments to geological and geophysical observations - emphasizing apparent paradoxes and successes. I will then introduce why understanding earthquake mechanisms in the oceanic lithosphere can provide new insights into the rheological properties of fault zones, and present an experimental...

The UK LOwland CAtchment Research (LOCAR) programme: Some key findings and lessons learned

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CUAHSI 2/9/2007 Cyberseminar presentation by Andrew Binley, Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Lancaster University

Water Cycle Dynamics in a Changing Environment: Advancing Hydrologic Science through Synthesis

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CUAHSI 11/16/2007 Cyberseminar presentation by Murugesu Sivapalan, University of Illinois

StreamLab: Cooperative Experimental Research

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CUAHSI 4/28/2006 Cyberseminar presentation by Peter Wilcock, Johns Hopkins University